I Was Convicted of a Felony. Can I Vote?
Yes. In Pennsylvania, voting rights are restored after you are released from prison. If you are on probation or parole, you are also eligible to vote.
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The Softer Side of President Obama
2012 Election: By the Numbers
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Obama Victory Celebrations Around the World
Election Night's Most Memorable Tweets
Best Obama Victory Memes
Reaction to Obama's Re-Election
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Shenanigans at the Polls
12 Funniest Political Campaign Videos
On the Trail: The Home Stretch
Scenes From Election Day
Quoted: Obama and Romney's Presidential Endorsements
Election Night: By the Hour
How to Vote in Hurricane Sandy-Affected Areas
Obama or Romney? The Endorsements Are In
Voting in Ohio: What You Need to Know
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Fact Check: Obama's Biggest Truths and Burning Lies
Voting in South Carolina: What You Need to Know
Voting in Virginia: What You Need to Know
Voting in Florida: What You Need to Know
Voting in Michigan: What You Need to Know
Mitt Romney's Biggest Truths and Burning Lies
FAQ: The Electoral College
The Election’s Key Foreign Policy Issues
Election Day Swag
How America Has Changed Since the 2008 Election
Top Memes from the Presidential Election
Voter Suppression: What’s Been Going On?
The Week in Polls: All Tied Up
Voting Rights Legislative Round-Up
Voter Intimidation in the Workplace
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